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: Voice and Style: 2: A Vanished Style

Four illustrated talks by Desmond Shawe-Taylor
In the programme the traditional nineteenth-century treatment of vocal ornamentation in a quasi-improvised manner is discussed, with illustrations from the gramophone records of Fernando de Lucia and others.
(The recorded broadcast of Feb. 12)
'The Voice of France': July 13

Contributors

Unknown: Desmond Shawe-Taylor
Unknown: Fernando de Lucia

: Ernest Milton in 'HENRY IV'

by Luigi Pirandello
Translated by Edward Storer
Adapted for broadcasting and produced by Wilfrid Grantham
Cast in order o/ speaking:
The action of the play takes place in an Itian ville. Time: The Present.

Contributors

Translated By: Edward Storer
Produced By: Wilfrid Grantham
Landolph: John Cazabon
Harold: Alan Reid
Ordulph: Douglas Hayes
Berthold: Robert Welles
John: Frank Cochrane
Marquis Charles di Nolli: Roger Delgado
Baron Ti,to Beleredi: Alan Whcatley
Doctor Genoni: Carleton Hobba
Marchioness Matilda Spina: Catherine Lacey
Frida: Yvonne Hills
'Henry IV': Ernest Milton

: BRAHMS

String Quintet in F, Op. 88 played by the New London Quartet: Erich Gruenberg (violin)
Lionel Bentley (violin)
Keith Cummings (viola) Douglas Cameron (cello)
Frederick Riddle (viola)

Contributors

Violin: Erich Gruenberg
Violin: Lionel Bentley
Viola: Keith Cummings
Cello: Douglas Cameron
Viola: Frederick Riddle

: THE SCIENCE OF SOCIETY

Two talks by W. J. H. Sprott
Professor of Philosophy in the University of Nottingham
I-The Study of Small Groups
These talks are shortened vers ons of two of the eight Josia'h Mason Memorial Lectures delivered at Birmingham University this spring.
To be repeated on July 14
Second talk: Wednesday at 7.50 followed by an interlude at 9.5

Contributors

Unknown: J. H. Sprott

: ORCHESTRE NATIONAL

de la Radiodiffusion-Télévision
Française
(Leader, Henri Branschwak )
Conductor, D. E. Inghelbrecht
Part 1

Contributors

Leader: Henri Branschwak

: THE RIGHT TO DIFFER

An address by George F. Kennan given on May 16 at a Convocation of the Roman Catholic University of Notre Dame. Indiana, U.S.A., to mark the dedication of the new I. A. O'Shaughnessy Hall of Liberal and Fine Arts
In this speech Mr. Kennan, former United States Ambassador in Moscow and one of the best-known American authorities on the U.S.S.R. spoke about ' the forces of intolerance and political demagoguery' a[ work in the United States.
Mr. Kennan is introduced by the Rev.
Theodore Hesburgh , Executive Vice-President of the University of Notre Dame.
To be repeated on July 16

Contributors

Unknown: George F. Kennan
Unknown: I. A. O'Shaughnessy Hall
Unknown: Theodore Hesburgh

: ORCHESTRE NATIONAL

(concert continued) Debussy Rondes de printemps; Iberia

: That Arch-Liar Froude

Talk by Joel Hurstfield, Lecturer in Modern History at University College, London
'We were really under the impression that Froude had been by this time so completely discredited that no one, with an eye to his own reputation, would mention Froude and history in the same breath.' This comment was thrown up in the course of a lengthy and varied controversy between the Times of India and the Bombay Examiner in 1918. The controversy provides the starting-point for Mr. Hurstfield's re-examination of Froude's qualities as a historian of the Tudor age.
(The recorded broadcast of June 30)
See also Wednesday at 11.5

Contributors

Talk By: Joel Hurstfield

: DUFAY

The Schola Polyphonica
Director, Henry Washington
An Instrumental Ensemble
Apostolo glorioso; Conditor alme siderum; Ecclesiae militantis; Ave regina coelorum; Supremum est mortalibus
Introduced by Denis Stevens
(Recording of the broadcast on January 20, 1952;

Contributors

Director: Henry Washington
Introduced By: Denis Stevens

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